Stacking the Shelves is a meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews
Stacking The Shelves is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks! Click on the link under the book to find its page on Goodreads or Smashwords.
Please note that I always leave a message on your STS/SP if you visit me, but if you use DISQUS or a similar third party I will not be able to leave a comment on your page. I don't allow any company access to my social media accounts and I certainly don't allow them to edit and take over my accounts the way DISQUS does. So if you use DISQUS, I can't leave comments on your page so I can't really follow you back, sorry! I'm noticing that some blogs set with Google Plus are trying to force you to open a Google Plus or Facebook account before you can leave a comment. Well, I have no interest in rejoining Google Plus or joining Facebook so if your blog uses this set up, I won't be following it or commenting! And sometimes, I have problems leaving messages on blogs hosted by Wordpress-they try to block me so there might not be a message from me some weeks or you might get a double message sometimes! Blame them, not me!
It has been a mild December where I am in Scotland with a couple of cold days but nothing dramatic. I can't help feeling that we might get it really cold in January just to punish us! I've placed my last Amazon orders for the year which should arrive in the next few days I hope and that'll be me until next year...let the bank balance grow back a bit! I did treat myself to a Jon Snow sweatshirt for the cold days if they come! Some things you just have to do...I grabbed a few books this week-a lot of free downloads but only a few will feature this week.
Thank you Nikki for telling me about the Great Zoo of China which I snagged cheap and am keen to read! I treated myself to the latest book in a zombie series (book 5), a book on Brexit-I love these behind the scenes of a campaign books, and a horror thriller set out in the mountains which sounds good. A decent week overall and reading wise, I'm zooming through an urban fantasy series on my December reading list. I recommend James R Tuck's Deacon Chalk series and reviews will go up for more of it tomorrow.